Looking for work? Looking for a change? Want to upskill? Come along and meet local training providers and people who can guide you into career pathways. Gather information and meet employers who can offer career choices. get help with CVs, cover letters and interview skills.
The University of Canterbury Student Volunteer Army is interested in bringing around 80 volunteers to Nelson and are looking out for potential volunteer work. They welcome any project size (i.e. does not have to take all 80 volunteers). If you are interested, please contact Breanna Greaney on 02040732279 or send an email to [email protected]
Pandemic fatigue is not a medical condition but is a term used to describe the natural response people feel to the prolonged uncertainty and disruption caused by a pandemic. While each person reacts differently, some common signs of pandemic fatigue include: Lack of motivation Changes in eating or sleeping habits Irritability Stress over tasks that would normally be handled well Difficulty concentrating Feelings of hopelessness
Youth Week is coming and your teens are not going to want to miss this one! Youth Week is a nationwide festival of events organised by young New Zealanders and people working with them to celebrate the talents, passion, and success of local young people. With the help of Nelson’s youth and some epic sponsors, we have banded together to bring some really exciting stuff to Nelson’s Youth Week. Check out our website www.whanakeyouth.org.nz, or our Facebook page @whanakeyouth for more information.
Nelson City Council is seeking four community members to join its Community Investment Fund Panel to allocate community investment funding. If this sounds like something you would like to be involved in, or if you would like to nominate someone, we’d love to hear from you. Nominations close on 5 May 2021
Have fun exploring the digital world and find out what all the fuss is about. We’ll demystify digital jargon and make sure you’re safe in cyberspace. Beginners welcome!
Nelson City Council has grants to help your organization reduce waste - applications open from 19 April to 14 May
Couch Stories presents, “Tales of a Pandemic”! Ten true, personal and local stories Saturday, 24 April NCMA. https://www.couchstories.co.nz Show starts at 7.00pm Bar opens 6.00pm All tickets $20.00 (booking fees apply) https://ncma.nz/event/tales-of-a-pandemic/
A vacancy exists for an independent Support Manager a dynamic, challenging and rewarding role, supporting members to manage day-to-day activities with reporting and budgeting oversight. Permanent position 30 hours per week. Includes oversight and support of peer support workers.
Addiction 101 is a one-day workshop designed to increase awareness and reduce the stigma associated with addiction - both at work and in everyday life.